Kawasaki finished 1 for 4 with an RBI single and was replaced by Steve Tolleson. Kawasaki owns a .284 with three RBI in 88 at-bats. His status remains up in the air for Saturday's game at Tropicana Field.
"Sunday we'll determine [the next step] based on how he responds physically to the work," manager John Farrell said.
Hicks was DFA'd in order to make room for Marco Scutaro, who was activated from the disabled list Friday. Hicks is hitting .162/.280/.319 over 204 at-bats.
Smolinski underwent X-rays, which came back negative. He is hitting .571 with four RBI in 14 at-bats. His status remains up in the air for Saturday against the Angels.
Scutaro won't start, but is available to pinch hit late in the game. He's expected to start Saturday. Scutaro has been held out all season due to back and finger issues.
Medica will likely also be held out the rest of the weekend. With the All-Star break approaching, there's a chance Medica will avoid being placed on the disabled list. He's dealing with a right groin injury.
Reimold suffered the injury while going from second to third on a Juan Francisco grounder in the fourth inning. He was replaced by Darin Mastroianni. Reimold is hitting .333 with three RBI in just 12 at-bats. His status now remains up in the air for Saturday's game against Tampa Bay.
Zimmerman threw a pitch in the fourth inning, and signaled for the team trainer to come out to the mound. After a conference with the trainer and pitching coach Steve McCatty, Zimmermann left the game. It's unclear what part of his body Zimmermann injured. He was replaced by Craig Stammen.
Zimmermann wound up giving up four runs on six hits over 3 1/3 innings. He did not issue any walks and struck out five hitters.